Nuclear Fission

Nuclear fission regarding heavy elements had been discovered on Dec 17, 1938 by German Otto Hahn along with his assistant Fritz Strassmann. Within nuclear physics, nuclear fission is the nuclear reaction or a radioactive decay process that nucleus of a great atom splits in smaller parts. This fission process typically produces free neutrons along with photons, and releases a very lots of energy even by the energetic standards regarding radioactive decay.